The Economic Development Committee of the City of Hudson, led by Fourth Ward Alderman Rich Volo, anticipates mid-October opening of three electric vehicle charger stations – six ports – installed in the municipal parking lot behind City Hall a...
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The Mayor has announced the results of the City funded feasibility study for City Hall ADA compliance of These four plans range in cost from $131,000 for simple front door access to $3.14 million for a complete renovation of City Hall. The plans were dev...
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John L. Edwards School Building Feasibility Study Presentation
Hudson Civic Center
Public Forum #2
September 30, 2019


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On August 15th at the Hudson Area Library, the architectural firm of Lacey Thaler Reilly Wilson will hold a public meeting on the second floor in the Senior Center at 6PM. The subject is the potential adaptive reuse of the John L. Edwards School. All ar...
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Recycling in Hudson is changing to meet the environmental and economic challenges of our times. The City of Hudson's Department of Public Works has clarified the rules for regular pickup of recyclable material -- what is recyclable and what is not. ...
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The Legal Committee of the Common Council is currently reviewing the following Proposed Local Laws (FIRST DRAFTS). The Committee is seeking written comments from the public, please email comments to Common Council President Thomas DePietro (councilpres@c...
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Resolution No. 7 of June 18, 2019

The New York State Retirement System requires that all elected and appointed officials, who are members of the retirement system and are not in a time & attendance system; maintain records of activities for...
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The City Council recently amended its authorizing resolution providing for the appointment of a Hudson Industrial Development Agency (HIDA) member who is not an elected or appointed official. As a result, the HIDA, responding to the Common Council initia...
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After four years, two state grants, and hundreds of hours of volunteer effort, the Hudson Conservation Advisory Council (CAC) presented the city's first natural resource and open space inventory to the Common Council at its meeting on Monday, May 13, 7 p....
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Hudson Mayor Rick Rector proclaimed April 17, 2019, 225 years after the founding of Hudson's volunteer fire service, a day of recognition and celebration of the Hudson Fire Department’s grand tradition. The Mayor expressed the City's "acknowl...
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